Deed of Trust definition

Deed of Trust means this Deed of Trust, Assignment, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing, as the same may from time to time be extended, amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified.
Deed of Trust means the Amended and Restated Deed of Trust and Mortgage dated as of March 15, 1997, between the Company and the Deed Trustee, as amended by the First Supplemental Deed of Trust and Mortgage dated March 19, 1997, as in effect on the date hereof and as such agreement may be amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time.
Deed of Trust means this Deed of Trust as it may be amended, increased or modified from time to time.

Examples of Deed of Trust in a sentence

The City may exercise all of its rights and remedies pursuant to the Deed of Trust and Security Agreement.

This may include, among other things, Bancorp Bank foreclosing on any or all assets of the franchisee and/or taking any legal action against one or more guarantors for payment of all amounts due, and/or exercising its rights under the Security Agreement, Personal Guarantee and/or any Mortgage or Deed of Trust.

Bancorp Bank also may require franchisee to sign any other documents as it deems necessary to secure the loan amount including, but not limited to, a Mortgage and/or Deed of Trust (sample copies of which are included in Exhibit L).

The full assignment of a Mortgage or Deed of Trust upon payment and discharge of all sums secured thereby in conjunction with the refinancing thereof, including, without limitation, the assignment of the related Mortgage Note.

The assignment of any Mortgage or Deed of Trust and the related Mortgage Note, in connection with the repurchase of the mortgage loan secured and evidenced thereby.


More Definitions of Deed of Trust

Deed of Trust means the instrument conveying the time-share estate that is given as security for the payment of the note.
Deed of Trust. (whether one or more) means a deed of trust and security agreement, a mortgage and security agreement, or a security deed and security agreement covering the Mortgaged Properties.
Deed of Trust means this Deed of Trust, Leasehold Deed of Trust, Assignment of Rents and Leases, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing as it may be amended, supplemented, amended and restated, increased or otherwise modified from time to time.
Deed of Trust means that certain Deed of Trust, Assignment of Leases and Rents, Security Agreement, and Fixture Filing to be recorded in the real property records of Denton County, Texas, naming Lender as the beneficiary thereunder and granting Lender a security interest in and a first priority Lien on the Mortgaged Property in security for the payment and performance of Borrower’s obligations under this Agreement and the other Loan Documents, subject only to Permitted Exceptions and being superior in priority over all Liens, as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time.
Deed of Trust means an instrument by which an interest in title to real estate is transferred to a third party trustee as security for a real estate loan (and often used in California instead of a mortgage). This definition applies to any and all subsequent deeds of trust (e.g., second deed of trust, third deed of trust).
Deed of Trust means the Deed of Trust with Assignment of Rents, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing of even date herewith by and among Borrower, as trustor, North American Title Company, as trustee, and the County, as beneficiary, that encumbers the Property to secure repayment of the Combined County Loan and Borrower's performance of the Loan Documents.
Deed of Trust means the instrument conveying the time-share estate that is given as security for the